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A man is facing charges after more than two-dozen cases of N-95 masks were reportedly stolen from a nonprofit building supply center and an ad he allegedly placed to sell them led to his arrest.

On March 6, the ReBuilding Center reported to the authorities that between 20 and 25 cases, each holding 400 N-95 masks were missing from their premises, and they believed they had been stolen.

The ReBuilding Center, located in Beaverton, Oregon, has a mission to help with “all people and materials, particularly those perceived as liabilities and often cast aside by society, are respected and valued as community assets,” according to their website. The nonprofit had intended to donate the masks to hospitals so the workers would have more supplies for protection while they tend to patients during the spread of the novel Coronavirus (COVID-19).

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After a woman reported that her debit card had been stolen from her purse the authorities arrested a suspect who was reportedly set up by the actual alleged perpetrator of the theft.

On August 5, Joei Thompson was hanging out at the Chestnut St. Inn in Butler, PA.

When Thompson decided to call it a night around 1:00 am, she reportedly offered a man who was visiting the same establishment a ride home as she left the bar.

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A man who worked for the Los Angeles County Department of Children and Family Services has been accused of having a collection of files on a computer, of which he is the purported owner, that contained several hundreds of digital images of pornography depicting children.

Last month, 54-year-old Carlos Enrique Castillo, a man who had a job with the LA DCFS, was allegedly found with more than 600 images in the form of digital pictures and videos on his PC that showed youngsters in a sexual manner.

An investigation into the situation reportedly uncovered details leading to the suspicion that Castillo not only had the pornographic materials but also had participated in sharing them online. The alleged activity has been reported as taking place over a period of approximately 120 days.

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